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Before Bosque del Cabo--Cabinas Jimenez or Iguana or both?

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Before five nights at Bosque del Cabo in early December, I am planning to stay in Puerto Jimenez to do all the tours we might want first; also I want to experience the town. I had been thinking three nights at Cabinas Jimenez, but whoops! I scheduled four nights.

Now I'm wondering if I should do two nights at Cabinas Jimenez and two at the club rooms at Iguana Lodge, or are four nights total too much for Puerto Jimenez? I'm not planning a tour to Corcovado itself.

This is our second trip to Costa Rica. Our first was Monteverde, Arenal, Tortuguero and Puerto Viejo. This trip will be mostly all Osa. I've read about Bosque del Cabo for a long time. Cabinas Jimenez seems like a nice place and more budget friendly. But Iguana Lodge tempts me too.

Thanks.

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